July 2004 - Posts
At last UGIdotNet workshop (22th, June) I received this book.
Yesterday I started reading it, and it was so cool that I've already finished it, from cover to cover.
The book is really well done, it explains TDD without being too abstract. In fact, every step is explained with a practical example.
If you need a book that explains not only the theory, but also how to use NUnit to obtain your results, this is the right one.
I can enter, but when I try to download something I receive an error message.
Do you have the same problem?
To be notified on the server that the WSE2 client has a Timestamp problem (and perhaps doing something like logging the problem), I used this solution on the client:
In this way if there is an error with WSE2 the method called on the "normal" proxy succeedes, and then the code re-throws the exception that was generated by WSE2.
If the method called on the "normal" proxy fails, probably there is a connectivity problem, and an exception is thrown.
I don't know if this is the right way, but it works...
Regarding my previous post called "I really hate Timestamp check in WSE..." I've discovered (on WSE NGs) how to mitigate the problem.
There is an element in the .config file that is used to change the default value (5 minutes):
Of course the documentation doesn't specify the maximum value (24hrs, 86400 seconds), that I've discovered by receiving an exception.
And of course I've not yet found a way to completely disable the timestamp check...
Eraser is a tool to securely remove data from HDs/floppies, etc...
It can erase files and unused space, using different secure algorithms.
The REAL use for this tool for me is to ERASE unused disk space, filling it with 0s (I created a custom rule), on my virtual HDs, so I can compress them using the Virtual Disk Wizard.
<RANT>Why such a tool is not included in Virtual PC additions?</RANT>
<RANT>Why Virtual Disk Wizard tells me to use a third-party tool to erase the unused space on the HD, but doesn't suggest any?</RANT>
It's four days that it's raining, then there is a little bit of sun, then rain, than wind, and the temperature is below the normal...
I need some good days to go to the swimming pool... I really need it...
Why it's enabled by default?
Ok... for security reasons.... but I don't care at all about securing all of my services, only some...
For some other I'm only using WS-Attachments...
And what about the documentation, that is SOOO clear, easy and straightforward... It looks like some Java libraries when you search the documentation and you find only the JavaDoc... :-((((((((
I was playing with the System.Reflection when I discovered this nice thing (taken from the QuickWatch window):
I really like it... Let's see what happens if I change it... :-D!
This was taken some minutes before the closure...
Thanks to my company www.objectway.it for hosting the photos!
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